Pages read are based on digital edition accessed via the public library.
When Obsidian Blue reviewed this last year, I was very much intrigued and put it on my mental list of books to track down. Imagine my delight on finding it in he library's digital collection. It was while trying to access Ghostland that I screwed up and ended up reading another couple chapters of that silly Breaking the Rules, but once I got into Ghostland, I was pretty well hooked.
My own current work in progress involves an allegedly haunted house, so Ghostland is sort of research. Ah, if only all research could be this enjoyable!
As I prepared to post this status report, I read through all the reviews here on BookLikes, just to get a feeling for how other people reacted.
Even though I've had my own experiences with the strange and unexplainable, I tend to be more of a skeptic than a believer when it comes to ghosts and so on. I'd like to believe, but I'm too rational and logical.
So I'm finding Colin Dickey's attitude less offensive than other reviewers have. In fact, I'm finding it refreshing.